Resources – Vol 6, Issue 6

614 eZine Resources

BELOW IS A SAMPLING OF RESOURCES THAT PROVIDE MORE INFORMATION ON REPRODUCTION CHOICES

The Childfree-by-Choice Book Recommendations
A collection of book recommendations compiled by a group of adults who share the common desire of not wanting children.

Childfreedom
One woman’s blog with a three-fold mission: to promote the childfree lifestyle; to expose the pro-parent bent in society; and to critically examine parenthood.

World Population Awareness
Information highlighting the limited resources of our planet, as well as various goverment’s efforts to control reproductive rights.

National Council for Jewish Women (NCJW) – Voices for Reproductive Choices
Voices for Reproductive Choices is an emergency action campaign designed to help powerful NCJW advocates speak out against current attacks to women’s reproductive health and rights.

Jewish Women’s Archive
Features biographies of Jewish activists who fought for women’s reproductive freedom, from Gloria Steinem to Laurie Schwab Zabin, a groundbreaking researcher in adolescent sexual behavior and developer of pregnancy prevention programs.

Hillel Initiatives – Judaism and Reproductive Choice on Campus
While the issue of abortion law seems to be the one that is most widely recognized, other issues include women’s and human rights, family planning, health, and justice. This topic encompasses the freedom of all people to make healthy and informed decisions, including women and men. Bring these issues to the attention of your campus.

Rabbinical Assembly (Conservative) – Resolution on Reproductive Freedom
While over the past 30 years the Rabbinical Assembly has come out in favor of reproductive freedom and Choice in a number of areas, there has not yet been a comprehensive resolution on the whole issue of reproductive freedom of choice.

Religious action Center (RAC) of Reform Judaism
At the RAC, reproductive rights encompass more than just the right to terminate a pregnancy. Comprehensive sexuality education and family planning services are among the broad range of issues vital to ensuring the reproductive health of all people.

Center for Jewish Genetics
The Center for Jewish Genetics has been providing education and programming to the Jewish, professional and general communities since 1999. The Center’s mission is to empower community members to seek out information and prevention strategies for Jewish genetic disorders and hereditary cancers.

Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice
The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC) is the national community of religious and spiritual people, denominations, and organizations from all faith traditions dedicated to achieving reproductive justice. For people of faith, reproductive justice is a moral imperative, grounded in centuries of sacred texts.

Center for Reproductive Rights
For 20 years, the Center for Reproductive Rights has used the law to advance reproductive freedom as a fundamental human right that all governments are legally obligated to protect, respect and fulfill.

National Organization for Women (NOW) and Reproductive Justice
NOW affirms that reproductive rights are issues of life and death for women, not mere matters of choice. NOW fully supports access to safe and legal abortion, to effective birth control and emergency contraception, to reproductive health services and education for all women.

Disclaimer:

At the time of publication, all of these links work. We apologize if they stop working in the future. Sometimes links "go dead," and there is nothing we can technically do about it.

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